FM Brooks announces industrial print research partnership with InPrint and IT Strategies

ITStrategieslogo It is widely accepted that industrial print represents a significant opportunity for print technology owners, print production companies and the wider manufacturing sector.

But as with any sector that is rapidly changing, there is a need to understand the new landscape and the opportunity this may provide.

In light of the demand for quality information for the forming Industrial Print Community, FM Brooks, the organisers of the InPrint Show and IT Strategies, the leading print technology research organisation, have agreed a partnership to provide the growing community with the insight it needs.

Initially, this will comprise of the InPrint: What is Industrial Print? White Paper which will be published in April 2013 and a more comprehensive analysis will feature within InPrint: Industrial Print Market Intelligence Report which will be published in June.

‘The exciting growth area of the future where print technology is concerned is most certainly the industrial sector. But anyone serious about capitalising on this growth must equip themselves with the right information before taking another step forward. Obviously visiting InPrint is a good starting point, but in advance of that, getting copies of our free white paper, and then investing in the market intelligence report makes perfect sense. IT Strategies has an unrivalled expertise in this area and we look forward to working with the FM Brooks team to deliver excellent insight and information for industrial print’ says President of IT Strategies Mark Hanley.

‘I am excited to be working with Mark and IT Strategies for what will undoubtedly be a beneficial partnership that imparts some highly valuable information for the growing industrial print sector. As we continue to develop the InPrint Show, having access to the knowledge and experience he possesses along with the members of the InPrint Development Group, will ensure we deliver an event that takes pioneering print technology into the manufacturing sector’.

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